Yakult Norichika Aoki Hit by a pitch in the middle of the change 154 km hits directly
Professional baseball player Norichika Aoki, a veteran of Yakult, received a dead ball in the head during the match against Hiroshima on the night of the 26th and was carried on a stretcher and was replaced midway through.
Swimming World Championships Akari Honda wins bronze medal in men's 200m butterfly
In the men's 200m butterfly at the World Swimming Championships held in Fukuoka, Tokyo Olympic silver medalist Akari Honda won the bronze medal with a time of 1:53.66. This is the second medal for the Japanese swimming team at this tournament.
Shogi "Three Battle" Round 3 Fujii Nanaku wins title defense
One of the eight major shogi titles, the 3rd round of the 7th match of the ``Ouisen'' was held in Otaru, Hokkaido. .
Oita Yufu Expand the search area for missing workers swept away by the river
Regarding the man found dead in a river flowing through Yufu City, Oita Prefecture on the 25th, Oita Prefecture has confirmed that he is a man in his 60s among the two workers who have been swept away by the swollen river and whose whereabouts are unknown. announced as confirmed.
Big Motor “Delete LINE account, instruct all employees”
It became clear that used car sales company "Big Motor" instructed all employees to delete the LINE account used to contact employees. President Shinji Izumi, who took office on the 26th, explains that the purpose is to reduce the burden on employees.
Testimony of Former Factory Manager of Big Motor “Someone who was seconded to non-life insurance had fraudulent perceptions”
Big Motor has accepted multiple seconded employees from non-life insurance companies, but at a press conference on the 25th, it explained that "there was no involvement in the fraud of seconded employees from non-life insurance companies." On the other hand, a former plant manager of Big Motor, who had contact with a seconded employee from Sompo Japan Insurance on site, said that he himself was aware of the fraud that had been done in the company, and said, "Some of the seconded employees There was a person who recognized the
39.7 degrees, which is the highest this year
Today, the 26th, it was sunny and the temperature rose nationwide, and in Hatoyama Town, Saitama Prefecture, it was the highest at 39.7 degrees, and it became dangerously hot in a wide range of western and eastern Japan. With the heat wave continuing for days, "heat stroke countermeasures" are being promoted in various fields.
Expo Pavilion “Constructed by Participating Countries Without Sticking Too Much” Governor of Osaka Prefecture
In response to concerns about delays in preparations for overseas pavilion construction at the Osaka Kansai Expo, Governor Yoshimura of Osaka decided not to insist on building a pavilion by himself, but decided to build a building constructed by the Expo Association. I showed the idea that I should consider how to borrow it.
Minimum wage The national average will exceed 1000 yen per hour for the first time The final debate
A council of the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare will be held from the afternoon of the 26th to discuss this year's minimum wage increase. A final discussion continues between workers who want a significant increase against the backdrop of rising prices and companies who are taking a cautious stance, and attention is focused on whether a guideline for raising the hourly wage to over 1,000 yen for the first time on the national average will be shown. increase.
``Russia deploys state-of-the-art warships in the Black Sea?'' Concerns over navigation safety
As the Russian military continues to attack the eastern and southern parts of Ukraine, there are concerns over the safety of navigation in the southern part of the Black Sea, where the navy deploys state-of-the-art warships and sometimes interferes with civilian vessels. is also likely to spread.
Fall from Osaka Suita apartment and report 2 children and a woman seriously injured
According to the police, around 5:00 pm on the 26th, there was a report that "a person fell from an apartment" in Katayama-cho, Suita-shi, Osaka. When the police rushed, two children and an adult woman were lying on the premises of the apartment and were taken to the hospital. According to the fire department, both children are believed to be 5 years old, and the woman is believed to be in her 40s. The degree of injury is serious. Police are investigating the details.
Boxing Naoya Inoue One day after winning the 4th class "It's not the goal"
Naoya Inoue, who won four weight classes in professional boxing, held a press conference the day after the match, saying, "This is not the goal," and pledged further growth.
“Ticket fraud” exploiting fan psychology What is the trick of SNS abuse
Tickets for popular events that are difficult to obtain. I couldn't give up and searched on SNS, but I found a post that the price was slightly higher than the list price, but I wanted to sell it. Is this a scam? But maybe I can get one... A ticket scam that takes advantage of fan psychology such as "I want to meet my favorite" and "I really want to see the game" and abuses SNS to defraud money. It is increasing now. (Kei Yoshimura, an interview team who can't be fooled by digital)
Cambodia prime minister to resign, plans to hand over to eldest son in a few weeks
Prime Minister Hun Sen of Cambodia made a television speech from around 4:00 pm on the 26th of Japan time and announced his intention to resign as prime minister and hand over the prime minister to his eldest son Hun Manet in a few weeks.
Akita city damaged by record heavy rain Disinfection work on flooded houses progresses
In Akita City, where homes were flooded in a wide area due to record heavy rains, disinfection work is underway to prevent infectious diseases and food poisoning.
First investigation in drone accident Transport Safety Commission dispatches investigator to Oita Kokonoe Town
In July, an accident occurred in Oita Prefecture in which a pilot who touched a drone broke his right hand, and the Japan Transport Safety Board dispatched an aircraft accident investigator to the site. This is the first time that a drone accident has been investigated.
First grade boy drowns in Shiga Nagahama pool
According to the Nagahama Police Station in Shiga Prefecture, around 1:30 pm on the 26th, a boy in the first grade of elementary school was found drowning in a pool in Nose Town, Nagahama City, and was taken to a hospital in the city by a doctor helicopter. that he died.
Cambodian Prime Minister “Explains new government on August 3” Eldest son elected as new prime minister
On the morning of the 26th, Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen announced on the communication app "Telegram" that "I will explain the new government on the 3rd of next month. A new government, including a new prime minister, may be born." . In response to this remark, it is likely that the eldest son Hun Manet, who has been nominated by Prime Minister Hun Sen, will be elected as prime minister at the parliament convened as early as late August.
Prime Minister Kishida Exchanges Opinions with the Governor of Akita Prefecture on “Promotion of Heavy Rain Damage and Necessary Countermeasures”
Prime Minister Kishida exchanged opinions online with Governor Satake of Akita Prefecture, which has suffered great damage due to record heavy rains, and emphasized the idea of promoting necessary measures based on the opinions of local governments.
BMW recalls about 170,000 units of 27 models including "320d"
The Japanese subsidiary of the German automaker "BMW" notified the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism of the recall of nearly 170,000 vehicles, saying that there was a problem with the engine and in the worst case, it could lead to a fire.
Masanao Yoshida hits 3 hits, including a home run, and is in the lead again
Masanao Yoshida of the Major League Red Sox hit three hits, including a home run, in the Braves match on the 25th, his batting average rose to 30% and 2 minutes, and he was once again at the top of the American League's top batter battle.
China ``Joint patrols in the Pacific with the Russian Navy''
China's defense ministry has announced that Chinese and Russian navies will soon conduct joint patrols in the Pacific Ocean. China and Russia are strengthening military cooperation through joint patrols, etc., and it seems that there is an aim to check conflicting countries such as the United States and Japan.
``We will not raise taxes aimed at salaried workers'' Chief Cabinet Secretary Matsuno
Chief Cabinet Secretary Matsuno said that the government's Tax Commission's report by experts and others cites commuting allowances as one of the items to be considered for taxation. "We will not raise taxes aimed at salaried workers," he said.
Toyota Motor Corporation Full-scale recruitment of 'former employees' from different industries Aims to strengthen competitiveness
Toyota Motor Corporation will start hiring "former employees" who retired once and are now active in different industries. As development competition intensifies over EVs (electric vehicles and self-driving cars), we aim to strengthen our competitiveness by utilizing the skills and knowledge of other industries.
High school baseball 7 schools such as Iwate Hanamaki Higashi and Kanagawa Keio will participate in Koshien
The summer national high school baseball local tournament was held on the 26th, and the finals were held in seven tournaments, and the schools participating in Koshien were decided. In Iwate, Hanamaki Higashi High School will participate in the summer Koshien for the first time in four years, and in Kanagawa, Keio High School will participate in Koshien for the first time in spring and summer.
Training assuming being attacked by the Chinese Air Force at an international airport in Taiwan
A drill was conducted on the assumption that the international airport with the largest number of passengers in Taiwan would be attacked by the Chinese army's air force. This is the first time such a training has been held at the airport, and it appears to be a recognition of the growing threat from the Chinese military.
[Breaking news] Women's World Cup Japan replaces 4 starters against Costa Rica
In the women's soccer World Cup held in Australia and New Zealand, the Japanese national team "Nadeshiko Japan" will face Costa Rica in the second round of the first league from 2:00 pm on the 26th, Japan time. If they win, they will advance to the final tournament depending on the results of Spain, who will have a match in the same group immediately after. "Nadeshiko Japan" has replaced four starting players, including Hikaru NAOMOTO, since their first match against Zambia. Here's a quick update on the match taking place in the southern New Zealand city of Dunedin. NHK is broadcasting this match on BS1.
Ministry of Finance raises economic assessment for the first time in a year and a half
The Ministry of Finance raised its economic assessment for the whole country for the first time in a year and a half, saying that it is recovering moderately, given the recovery in demand for services such as dining and lodging. The economic judgment for each of the 11 regions nationwide has also been raised in nine regions.
Nissan and Renault agree to review capital ties on equal footing Final contract
Nissan and Renault announced on the 26th that they had signed a final agreement on an agreement to review the capital relationship between the two companies on an equal footing. On the other hand, Nissan plans to invest up to 600 million euros, or 93 billion yen in today's Japanese yen, in a new EV = electric vehicle company established by Renault.
Big motor fraudulent billing issue Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism starts hearing from company executives
In response to the problem of fraudulent claims for insurance money by the used car sales company "Big Motor", the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism called executives of the company on the 26th and started hearing from 1:00 pm to see if there were any violations of the law.
Government summarizes emergency measures to prevent sexual violence against children and young people
The government has compiled emergency measures to prevent the recurrence of similar problems over the issue of sexual assault by the former president of Johnny & Associates. It includes the establishment of a new dedicated hotline that is easy for men and boys to consult.
Shiretoko sightseeing boat accident "Hearing" Japan Transport Safety Board First ship accident
The Japan Transport Safety Board, which is investigating the cause of the sinking of a tourist boat off the coast of the Shiretoko Peninsula, held an opinion hearing on the 26th, which is held when a serious accident occurs. We are listening to opinions on the report that showed
Shohei Ohtani hits the base with a four-ball, steals the base, and gets involved in the score.
Major League Baseball Angels Shohei Otani started as a designated hitter in the match against the Tigers on the 25th.
Susukino's mutilated body searched for father's place of work Trouble between victim and daughter
A decapitated man's body was found at a hotel in Susukino, a downtown area of Sapporo, and three fathers and son were arrested. is searching for a hospital in The police are investigating the details of the incident, assuming that there was trouble between the victim and her daughter.
Knife man invades Osaka Tondabayashi junior high school grounds Arrested on the spot Students are safe
According to police and schools, around 11:30 am on the 26th, a man with a knife invaded the premises of Toyo Junior High School in Tondabayashi City, Osaka. Police arrested the man on the spot and are investigating the details. The school was on summer vacation, and at the time, some students were involved in extracurricular activities, but they were able to evacuate safely.
Examination during closing of the House of Councillors with My Number Digital Minister Kono “Exhaust explanation”
In response to the series of problems surrounding My Number, the House of Councilors held an interim examination on the 26th, and Digital Minister Kono politely explained to the public the government's policy of abolishing the current health insurance card next fall. I showed my willingness to do my best. In addition, Minister of Health, Labor and Welfare Kato asked for understanding of the policy, stating that he would like to work on dealing with troubles and disseminating the merits.
Sagamihara Memorial ceremony at a rebuilt facility 7 years after the murder of 19 people with disabilities
A memorial service was held at the facility on the 26th, seven years after 19 people were killed at a facility for the mentally disabled in Sagamihara City.
Tohoku-Kyushu Already on a hot day of 35 degrees or more, beware of heat stroke
On the 26th, it was sunny all over the country, and the temperature rose from the morning, and from Tohoku to Kyushu, it is already a hot day of 35 degrees or more. The temperature continues to be high for days on end, so please keep in mind the appropriate use of air conditioners and frequent hydration, and continue to be vigilant against heatstroke.
Russian Defense Minister Arrives in North Korea to Attend 70th Anniversary of Korean War Armistice
The Russian Defense Ministry announced on the 25th that Shoigu arrived in North Korea. Shoigu said he will participate in a ceremony to coincide with the 70th anniversary of the conclusion of the Korean War Armistice Agreement in North Korea on the 27th.
Four cars including a route bus collided one after another 7 people injured Osaka Ikuno Ward
On the morning of the 26th, there was an accident involving four cars, including a route bus, in Ikuno Ward, Osaka, and seven people, including bus passengers, were injured and transported to the hospital. Both are conscious.
Grand Sumo Tournament Toyotomi Ozeki Promotion Decided First Win at Nagoya Place
The Japan Sumo Association held an extraordinary board meeting on the 26th and officially decided to promote Toyoshoryu, who won his first victory with 12 wins at the Nagoya tournament, to Ozeki. The new Ozeki will be born for the first time since Kirishima, who was promoted after the summer tournament in May.
Former head of Hangzhou, China sentenced to death
A Chinese court has sentenced a former secretary to the top of Hangzhou city in eastern Zhejiang province to a suspended death sentence for taking a bribe of about 3.6 billion yen in Japanese yen by using his authority as a local government official. I handed it over.
One year until the Paris Olympics Event on the Seine River Torch unveiled for the torch relay
In conjunction with the opening of the Olympic Games, a commemorative event was held on the 25th in Paris on the Seine River, which flows through the center, and the torch used in the torch relay was shown.
Japanese population declines for 14 consecutive years Decreasing in all 47 prefectures for the first time
As of January 1, the Japanese population was over 122.42 million, down about 800,000 from last year, marking the 14th consecutive year of decline. Both the number of declines and the rate of decline were the highest since the survey began in 1968, and the population decreased in all 47 prefectures for the first time.
Sagamihara Memorial ceremony at a facility for 7 years since the murder of 19 people with disabilities
On the 26th, it will be seven years since the murder of 19 people at a facility for the mentally handicapped in Sagamihara City. A memorial service will be held at the facility, and the general public will also receive flowers.
U.S. Google holding company Sales and profit increased Strong cloud business Advertising revenue increased
On the 25th, Alphabet, a holding company that owns Google, a major American IT company, announced its financial results for the three months from April to last month.
Susukino severed body arrested Car seized from parent and child's home Did you use it for pick-up?
A man's head was found at a hotel in Susukino, a downtown area of Sapporo, and three parents and children were arrested, and the police seized a car that was believed to have sent his 29-year-old daughter to the scene. The police are investigating in detail that a security camera near the scene showed that two people were riding in a car with similar characteristics to this car.
Big Motor Fraud Sompo Japan Last year grasped the possibility from seconded employees
Last summer, Sompo Japan, a major non-life insurance company, received information from an employee seconded to Big Motor that there was a possibility of fraud, but did not conduct a detailed investigation and resumed business with Big Motor, which had been temporarily suspended. The company will investigate the details of the decision, saying that there was an error in the judgment at the time.
Minimum wages Final discussion from 26th Will an hourly wage of over 1000 yen be shown?
A council of the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare will hold a final discussion from the 26th regarding this year's minimum wage increase. As prices continue to rise, the focus is on whether the national average hourly wage will be raised to more than 1,000 yen for the first time, following the trend of the spring labor offensive, which saw significant wage increases.